The National Christmas Tree

In 1964, the Town of Chester came into the national spotlight when the Adirondack Lumberman’s Association donated a 72- foot-tree to be relocated to the White House lawn, designating it the National Christmas Tree.

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Latitude: 43.6600017 Longitude: -73.7922263 Elevation: 905 ft
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